CAIRO: The deputy Cairo governor for the northern area, Taher Hossam Eddin, said the governorate seeks to restore its lands seized by “outlaws and thugs,” despite the fact that the police are occupied with countering “terrorism.”
Eddin told Youm7 on Tuesday that police and armed forces were able to restore some of the stolen lands that originally belonged to the state, worth 16 billion EGP.
He added that among the restored lands was 25 acres in Helwan worth 6 billion EGP, belonging to the Ministry of Industry.
Another restored land covering 107 acres is worth 10 billion EGP, he said.
Originally published in Youm7.